Which Breast Implant Product Should I Choose?

Appearance, feel, and your own personal journey have the biggest influence on your implant choice. Let’s compare your options.

Compare the Benefits of Silicone & Saline

MENTOR® MemoryGel® Breast Implants MENTOR® CPGTM Breast Implants MENTOR® Saline Breast Implants
IMPLANT FILL Filled with MENTOR's proprietary cohesive gel, which holds together uniformly while resembling the natural give of breast tissue.4,5**

Filled with a proprietary cohesive gel that provides shape retention.3

Filled with a saltwater solution similar to the fluid found in the human body

IMPLANT VOLUME

Dynamic fill ratios for varying degrees of firmness.6-9

Implant volume designed for predictable results

Has a flexible volume that can be adjusted during surgery and post-operatively11

PROJECTION OPTIONS

Moderate Plus, Moderate Plus Xtra, High, High Xtra and Ultra High

Tall Height, Moderate Projection; Medium Height, Moderate Projection; Low Height, Moderate Projection; Tall Height, Moderate Plus Projection; Medium Height, Moderate Plus Projection; Low Height, Moderate Plus Projection; Tall Height, High Projection; Medium Height, High Projection; Low Height, High Projection

Moderate, Moderate Plus and High Profile

SHELL SURFACE OPTIONS

Smooth or MENTOR® Siltex® Surface shells

SILTEX® Microtexture uses an imprinting process that is designed to help keep implants in place.10^

Smooth Surface shells

WARRANTY

Covered by the MENTORPromise Protection Plan

Covered by the MENTORPromise Protection Plan

Covered by the MENTORPromise Protection Plan

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References

*In‐person consumer survey with 452 respondents.

**As compared to saline‐filled breast implants.

^According to ISO14607

1. MENTOR Consumer Preference Market Research Report ‐ July 2017.

2. BlackwellW_103082_Mentor_Mandrel_CPG_Medium_High_(_DOF_DWG_20050907 Mentor_TX820_081125_01__Case_Study_Report_Market__DOF_CSR_20090107.

3. B. Calobrace, The Design and Engineering of the MemoryShape Breast Implant. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2014 Sep;134(3 Suppl):10S‐5S.

4. Spear SL, Jespersen MR. Breast Implants : Saline or Silicone? Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 2010. 30: 557.

5. Bondurant, S., Ernster, V., and Herdman, R. . ""Safety of Silicone Implants."“ Washington, DC: National Academy Press(1999) Page 58.

6. Mentor_HS72_Griffin_Moderate Plus Profile Gel_DOF_REF_20032801.Pg. 2.

7. Mentor_HS72_Low_High Profile Gels Custome_DOF_REF_20010404. Pg. 3.

8. Mentor_HS72_Weir_Design Input Requirements_DOF_REF_20110615. Pg. 7.

9. Mentor_TX820.130725.04__Determination_of_the_Gel__DOF_BENCH. Pg. 3.

10. Wixtrom R, Garadi V, Leopold J, Canady J, Device‐Specific Findings of Imprinted‐Texture 2019, 1–7 Breast Implants: Characteristics, Risks, and Benefits.

11. 102926-007 Rev.C Saline-Filled Spectrum Breast Implants Multilingual CE-Marked PIDS Outsert, Rev. 3 March 2020.

Important information: Prior to use, refer to the instructions for use supplied with this device for indications, contraindications, side effects, warnings and precautions

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References

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